Classic Film Friday: ‘Inherit the Wind’

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On Friday, October 4, the public is invited to enjoy another installment of the Sippican Historical Society’s popular program, Classic Film Friday. Co-sponsoring the film series is the Marion Council on Aging. One Friday each month, the organizations present a classic movie and offer a discussion on its historical context or significance. October’s selection is […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Christian Church Update

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The Mattapoisett Christian Church will be holding an ecumenical service on Sunday, October 6, at 4:00 pm. Mattapoisett Christian Church is located at 5 Church St. in the Historical Society building. Service will be conducted by Amy Lignitz-Harken, pastor of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church. All are welcome. Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey Update

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Squirts Grizzlies: The Grizzlies came out gunning at Gallo Arena and beat Barnstable 8-0 on Saturday. The offense was led by Stephen Old and Matt Quinlan, who each scored hat tricks on the day. Ryker King got his first goal of the year, and Luke Mello continued his scoring streak with one goal. RJ Vickery […] Read more »

ORR Halloween Costume Drive

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The Old Rochester Regional High School community service learning club works toward identifying community needs or problems and creating a solution to the problem with the help of volunteers. Sometimes the need is at the local level here in the Tri-Town, but many times the need is national or even international. The first project of […] Read more »

Tri-Town Bike Riding Club

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A new Tri-Town Bike Riding Cub is being established this fall. The first ride will be Sunday, October 6, beginning at 11:00 am. The ride starts at Washburn Park in Marion (Route 105) and three ride routes are planned for riders of all abilities. Waivers must be signed in order to participate. Helmets are required. […] Read more »

Class of 2014 Celebrates Final Year

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The senior class of Old Rochester Regional High School gathered at Ned’s Point last Thursday to make some lasting memories before they part after graduation next June. The students enjoyed a day of sunshine, pizza, and outdoor games. “It was an excellent day for the kids,” said Mary Wickman, an ORR English teacher and one […] Read more »

Michael A. Adler

Michael A. Adler, 52, of Mattapoisett passed away on Wednesday September 25, 2013. He was the loving husband of Carol (Loughlin) Adler. Born in Peabody, he was the son of Irma (Fox) Adler and the late Norman E. Adler. Michael was a salesman all of his life. He was passionate about his career in sales. Along with his […] Read more »

Officials Review Final Baywatch Plans

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Betsy Dunn might have captured what her fellow Zoning Board of Appeals members were thinking on Thursday night as they pored over final plans for Baywatch Realty Trust’s 40B project off of Front Street. “I feel bad about it,” said Dunn, referring to the result of the long process – often adversarial and fraught with […] Read more »

Movie Night at Shipyard Park

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The Mattapoisett Lions Club will sponsor its second free movie night on the big screen in Shipyard Park Friday evening, September 27, beginning at dusk. This week’s feature will be the original (1984) “Karate Kid” staring Ralph Macchio as Daniel Larusso and Pat Morita as Mr Miyagi, Daniel’s martial arts mentor. Gather the family and friends together and come on […] Read more »

Cross Country Off to a Flying Start

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Mid- to late September is the time when fall sports teams really see what they’re made of. At this point, the team is hopefully working cooperatively, and each player is starting to finally get a read on their individual capabilities. The next few weeks will provide an accurate representation on a team’s playoff potential. Cross […] Read more »